What is Clomid?
Clomid (Clomiphene, Clomifene) is a potent anti-estrogen non-steroid drug used in the treatment of women with anovulation, amenorrhea, oligomenorrhea, and galactorrhea. As a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) drug, it is also common among professional athletes for its ability to minimize estrogenic side effects and restore reduced testosterone production caused by anabolic steroid use. Clostelbegyt, in addition, encourages healthier levels of cholesterol.
What is Clomid used for?
Infertility Therapy in Women
Gynecomastia Prevention After Steroid Use
Eliminate Insufficiency of Androgen
Description of Clomid:
Clomiphene citrate – a selective estrogen receptor modulator, is the active substance of Clostelbegyt (SERM). It inhibits estrogen receptors and estrogen’s negative feedback on the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, thus enhancing the release by the hypothalamus of gonadotropins-luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone, which induces increased output of natural testosterone. Clomiphene citrate binds to estrogen receptors during anabolic use thus stopping the aromatase enzyme from transforming testosterone into estrogen. It combats the rise of gynecomastia.
For fertility: for 5 days starting on the fifth day of their menstrual cycle, 50 mg/day;
PCT: For 2 – 3 weeks, 150mg/day. The dose is then reduced to 100 mg for a further 2 weeks. The dose is 50 mg/day for the final week of PCT.
For oral administration, Clomid comes in the form of tablets. Active substance: citrate of clomiphene – 50mg
STORAGE of Clomid
Store it at room temperature in a dry spot. Do not exceed the storage temperature of 25 degrees Celsius or above. Stay out of direct sunlight. Keep it locked and away from the kids.